May 25, 2015


Dan Lett

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Violence not right road to hockey success

The Montreal Canadiens' George Parros is stretchered off the ice in Montreal after Parros hit his head on the ice during a fight with Toronto Maple Leaf Colton Orr.

RYAN REMIORZ / THE CANADIAN PRESS

The Montreal Canadiens' George Parros is stretchered off the ice in Montreal after Parros hit his head on the ice during a fight with Toronto Maple Leaf Colton Orr.

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